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**FILE** In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, victims who suffered an alleged chemical attack at Khan al-Assal village are covered by blankets as they receive treatment at a hospital in Aleppo on March 19, 2013. Syria's information minister says a chemical weapon fired by rebels on a village in the north of the country is the "first act" by the opposition interim government announced in Istanbul. Rebels have denied the accusation and say regime forces fired the weapon. (Associated Press/SANA)
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**FILE** In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, victims who suffered an alleged chemical attack at Khan al-Assal village are covered by blankets as they receive treatment at a hospital in Aleppo on March 19, 2013. Syria's information minister says a chemical weapon fired by rebels on a village in the north of the country is the "first act" by the opposition interim government announced in Istanbul. Rebels have denied the accusation and say regime forces fired the weapon. (Associated Press/SANA)

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